After the flood waters lessen and clean up has been done, most people want to go back to their homes to start rebuilding.
Rebuilding incorrectly can cause continuing problems after the flood, such as mold growth, deterioration of the wood, insect infestations, and wall coverings. The services of ServiceMaster by PWF are needed for the entire process.
Flood waters are dirty waters and therefore most weak building materials must be removed and must be replaced with new ones.
All water damage restoration jobs are unique and the workload required for each depends on a variety of factors, like the amount of area in the home that’s been damaged by water and has been present for a long time. Once a professional water damage cleanup employee from ServiceMaster by PWF arrives to inspect your home, they’ll be able to put together a detailed timeline of the job at hand. Here are the eight common phases that occur during the water damage restoration process so you’ll know what to expect.
The first thing that ServiceMaster by PWF, a water reduction contractor will do is inspect the home and evaluate the damage. They have special tools and instruments for measuring the moisture content of your home.
Prevention of another damage
The longer water damage stays untreated, the more damage will occur; dehumidifiers will be placed if drying equipment is needed to avoid further damage like mold growth.
Removal of standing water
This is one of the most important steps: removing any stagnant water from home. The removal process is actually much less difficult than you think.
Once any stagnant water has been removed, it’s time to start drying out your area. Your contractor will bring in different types of air movers.
The drying and regulation phases simultaneously happen. While your home is being dried out, the wet areas are being taped off in order to concentrate the heat and suction on the rooms that need to be dried out.
Throughout the drying process, the working team will stop by intermittently to monitor how the drying process is developing. Particularly, they monitor the dehumidifiers’ intake and output temperatures and humidity levels to make sure that the dehumidifiers are not putting any wet air out into the area.
Once your home has been restored and refurnished to its previous dry state, the water cleanup process is considered complete. The drying equipment at this point will be removed from the home and your contractor will assure that you are satisfied with the work.
We at ServiceMaster Restore by PWF offer services that are beyond extraordinary. We have technicians that are well-trained, equipped, and ready to restore your belongings and properties after any calamity, large or small, including water damage, fire damage, and mold growth. We are available 24/7/365 when needed.
ServiceMaster by PWF offers water damage restoration services in St. Augustine, Florida. We also have mold inspection and remediation services in St. Augustine Beach, Hastings, Marineland, Ponte Vedra Beach, Nocatee, Sawgrass, Vilano Beach, Butler Beach, Crescent Beach, St. John, St. Augustine Shores and Fruit Cove. Just give us a call through our contact number, (866) 599-0871.